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other. we don't tolerate each other's language or culture or religion and that is really the necessity the necessity of life, to tolerate. and even i respect the telegram. i can't use any bad word for them. respect is really necessity and i think that this includes friendship and tolerance and patience and it seems very easy. but it's hard to bring it into your life and i think that this comes into your life in the future and then you become successful in your mission. >> is there anything about this country that is different than you thought it would be. >> so many things are different. and the first thing is that most of the men and women are accepted with equal rights and these are equalized because we have seen the lord difficult situations than the situation that you gave. kids can go outside and they have the right to choose and make a choice and they have been given the same rights as boy scout. our school is also totally different in the way that we are taught. in our schools are quite good in pakistan, but children are not taught skills. but in the uk i was also learning about
'm catherine kobayashi in tokyo. thanks for joining us.  - coming up, the intersection of religion and the law. - is there any reason to think these kinds of moral arguments would single out religious conscience as more important than other kinds of liberty of conscience? - university of chicago law school's brian leiter challenges the vaulted status of religion in the laws of the u.s. and other western democracies. it's just ahead on "global ethics forum." - our speaker is brian leiter. professor leiter is the karl llewellyn professor of jurisprudence and director of the center for law, philosophy, and human values at the university of chicago. professor leiter will be discussing his new book, which is provocatively titled "why tolerate religion?" - let's start with an example to make the issue concrete.
without religion. one side of the family long ago, catholic -- i think. the other side, jewish. i've never been in a synagogue. i don't believe in a higher power. but that doesn't make me any less jewish, i don't think. these guys sandbagging me at the wailing wall, they don't seem to think so either. >> only half. >> jewish? >> yes. you jewish. not the first time. see. >> you writer? >> i'm a writer, yes. [ speaking hebrew ] now you bar mitzvah. >> mazel tov. >> mazel tov. thank you, gentlemen. >> i've never felt so much like i'm masquerading like something i'm not. i am instinctively hostile to any kind of devotion. certainty is any enemy. i'm all about doubt, questioning ones self and the nature of reality. when they grabbed hold of me and in a totally nonjudgmental way essentially -- god's happy to have you, here you go. oh, man. my treachery is complete. just because i was raised outside the faith with no particular attachment or loyalty to israel doesn't mean that plenty of people on this earth don't hate me in principle. i know that. but the state of israel, i never really knew what
what our religion. my house's top. the family came to washington of course hoping to get answers for why they have to live in fear everyday. no idea what my grandmother was killed. when trent and i was outside with my grandma then everything became dark. i was dead so i started to run down and kissed my hand was bleeding so i tried to clean my hands had not kept coming out that i was very scared. i just kept my name. we also learned that the us government did not grant he said that the winner of this family a prominent pakistani lawyer was soon the c i a e the past and the hapless that the victims of crimes rights in pakistan. four hundred and fifty thousand boe conditional fold your clothes it's time to hit sixty in a competition to the idea being that on the issue will thwart the will to live. so one has all the porcelain god in the suv and it held that the doctor did another stint on the north could be that in the position can be viewed here. the purpose of this great thing was put in one place to throw strikes there's a torch and study in congress. the tragedy of this family
their seats in parliament, accusing the ruling party of fraud. >> in cam bodia religion has been a source of guidance. the spiritual source of life rarely crossing into the political arena. >> that is changing. this is one of several monks taking part in antigovernment protests. >> translation: according to buddhist teachings monks have the right to participate in social activities, especially when the people are suffering from injustice. >> the opposition accuses the ruling party of using fraud to return to power. they led a series of mass rallies. during the latest demonstration thousands of people marched across pyongyang to hand over a petition with 2 million thumb prints to the u.n. and foreign embassies. they are trying to pressure the government to allow an independent investigation into the elections. >> the government has no legitimacy and cannot do business with the rest of the world. unless these issues are resolved properly. >> opposition politicians who won 55 seats out of 123 are boycotting parliament. on the day that members of parliament from the ruling party were sworn in
. the international community, it is their responsibility as well. terrorism does not know a single religion. terrorism carries weapons, ideas, everywhere. they carry deas instead of flowers. al qaeda is a dirty wind that wants to stretch worldwide. we want to carry flowers, to expand them at the international level, to enhance cooperation. and peace. we have a request. it is not only about iraq. it is about the country suffering from terrorism. many wars, internal crises in the region are proxy wars for egional countries. the most dangerous of these are the wars that are waged under sectarian banners. people are free to choose their religion. no one has the right, no one can force a belief on people. if someone wants to force what they believe on people, to force people to eat and drink, to think in the way they see fit, and according to their own ignorance. this is dangerous. this has its own school, its own institute. it has its own school, it's own institute and own supporters. the problem is huge. the whole world is suffering from terrorist supporters. people are suffering from al qaeda
grocery store, we win. but when it comes to -- religion is much more central to the way they want to govern. so trying to convince them to be like us ain't going to work. we tried that for a while. but in syria, so you got the moderate elements, and then you've got al-qaeda, and there are foreign fighters coming from all over the muslim world, and they are all coming on the side of al-qaeda. if there is one single solitary soul who has shown up in syria to fight for the free syrian movement, to fight for freedom and democracy, then i am unaware of it. and that gives you an idea how we're not doing as well as we should. second reason is we have very little credibility. and that's a problem. that makes it hard. and as a member of congress, i can tell you how difficult it is when you don't have much credibility in great and painful detail, as a matter of fact. and, you know, for a variety of different reasons, you know, i thought it was very interesting in egypt that pote sides were claiming that the other side had u.s. support. even, you know, the people who were opposed to the musl
are free to choose their religion. no one has to write -- has the right to interfere in people's beliefs and no one can force a belief on people. if someone wants to force what they believe on people, to force people to eat and drink, to think in the way they see fit, and according to their own ignorance. this is dangerous. at the cultural level. these kinds of ideologies, has its own school, its own institutes. its own supporters, and hence the problem is increasing. so, the problem is huge and increasing and we should face it and we have the right to request is sufferingld from terrorist supporters and all the country suffering from al qaeda. they want to live in peace. ladies and gentlemen, you are witnessing an economic recovery despite what you hear at times. this is not having an impact on companies coming and working in iraq and in this meant -- and investment and in building. we will contain the potential disasters that we would have suffered had this it -- security forces not ceased. -- not faced al qaeda. today they are suffering in , iraq. due to people wearing bombs and enter
't that spiritual. >> rose: you got religion but not that religion. was it a spiritual he is perience. >> it is. there's no other way to describate, thanks to the donor, to the medical crew and the people throughout the country who said prayers for me, my family. it's the gift of life itself. one minute you're facing death, you expected it, you lived with heart disease for 35 years and you've reached the point where it's not working anymore. and then you wake up and it turns out you've done the heart machine buys you time, the pump. but you go under for the transplant and you come out and three weeks later i was in wyoming making speeches. i had gone from that period 20 months earlier when i was about to cash in my chips and life stretches ahead of me for i don't know how long. >> rose: when you were ready to check out, what did you do. >> it was an amazing experience in the sense that i had reached the end of my days. it's not unexpected. i live with this disease for 35 years. >> rose: you knew you would die -- >> i would die of heart disease. my father did. but when that time came, i was at
needs to paint because of the so called standard and acm our intentions and that means that the religion time getting even close to it that the course big difference with the nineteen sixties was there was no question of the orders came from the top when it came to sneaky stuff up amid the controversy over whether obama himself was or was not informed that ransom or responds to the broader question as put by the international york times's cartoonist shop pots he's the most secretive of all u s intelligence agencies and fifty two billion dollar year of the ummah. out of control. you just can't. you know that there's a lot of money to be made and not taking this sees that the idea that said this so this is as a budget that the nsa has a tuna does this for the politicians have a handle on what their own spy agencies are doing. either that the end of. at the end of this standard and the d sound fx flaw an oversht and ishmael the son. right now. the people of the congressional oversight committee on oversight of this if you go back and look athat they've shed workers had privately and publicl
for the works of religion which is kind of a bank that's set up to help coordinate charitable activities and currently the pope -- both pope francis and pope benedict had been working to kind of clean up some of the activity and put the vatican bank in a more rigorous footing. but it's a small bank in the scale of things. and so i don't really know what kind of threats they would imagine the holy sea would pose. >> it's very, very interesting i appreciate you giving us some insight. jimmy aken, senior apoll gist. >> the white house said in a statement that the discussion between the leaders will focus on the long-term relationship between iran and the relationship. that partnership is something the prime minister is extremely concerned about as the security and stability of the rock unravels. prime minister al-maliki made the message today while speaking at the united states institute of peace. >> there's one message iraq's prime minister has been pushing during his visit to washington, d.c. this week. help me fight terrorism in my country, a cause, maliki says will not only help iraq bu
controversy. some believe they are building a wall to separate christians and other religions. >> that is rash. muslims and christians were among reeve gees. -- refugees. bulgaria says it's desperate for help. as the sophia government points out this is the e.u.'s per iment her. a new video surveillance system is in place. still the migrants come. >> the father of a gaoled member of the russian punk band pussy riot spoke to al jazeera about his desperation to find out where his daughter is. nadya tolokonnikova is thought to have been moved to a new prison. but family have had no contact for days. >> a daily vigil is beej staged outside the hours to protest about the treatment of nadya tolokonnikova. her family has not heard anything from the authorities, apart from the fact that she's been moved to a new prison after going on two hunger strikes to publy sis conditions inside the penalal colony where she's being held and they fear for her safety. her father told her she made the decision to speak out after receiving threats to her life. >> it's been 14 days without contact. we don't know if she
on the minority's religion and culture. >> three former world journalists have pleaded guilty to hacking phones ahead of a high-profile trial that starts this wednesday and is expected to last until next easter. it sees a defendant said former editors like rebecca brooks and andy colson facing 15 phone acting related charges. -- phone hacking related charges. broosks is said to have been active in hacking. a bust of winston churchill has just been unveiled there. john boehner was joined for the unveiling ceremony today by secretary of state john kerry amongst others. half a century after the british prime minister was granted honorary u.s. citizenship. he was addressed three times more than any other dignitary. make sure you catch the 90th edition opening with a dazzling chocolate fashion show. the french tennis champion was among those wearing chocolate creations. also taken to the catwalk was a former miss france. it runs until sunday, november 3. check it out if you can. that's all from the newsroom for now. >> claire pride in the newsroom. after more than three years of captivity in the sah
of these are the wars that are waged under sectarian banners. people are free to choose their religion. no one has the right, no one can force a belief on people. if someone wants to force what they believe on people, to force drink, toeat and think in the way they see fit, and according to their own ignorance. this is dangerous. this has its own it has its own school, it's own institute and own supporters. the problem is huge. world is suffering from terrorist supporters. people are suffering from al qaeda. they want to live in peace. ladies and gentlemen, you are witnessing an economic recovery despite what you hear at times. this is not having an impact on companies coming and working in -- andd in this meant investment and in building. we will contain the potential disasters that we would have suffered had this it -- security forces not ceased. iraq.re suffering in people wearing bombs and entering cafÉs or funerals. this is what is leading to huge casualties. we cannot control the iraqi terrorist. with a car bomb, they cannot kill as many people. his is why they are using those ignorant terr
that are waged under sectarian banners. people are free to choose their religion. no one has the right, no one can force a belief on people. if someone wants to force what they believe on people, to force people to eat and drink, to think in the way they see fit, and according to their own ignorance. this is dangerous. this has its own school, its own institute. hence, the problem is increasing. the problem is huge and increasing. request theright to whole world, which is suffering from terror, to support us and support all the countries and the people who are suffering from al qaeda and from terrorists in order to defeat them and allow for people and countries to live in peace. iraq is witnessing an economic recovery despite everything you hear about terror attacks and threats. this is not having an impact on companies coming in working in iraq on investment and reconstruction and rebuilding. contain the to potential disasters that we would have suffered should the security forces have not faced al qaeda. in iraq issuffering due to those people wearing bomb belts and entering cafÉs or funera
. >> reporter: in cambodia religion has been a source of guidance for people. the spiritual side of life, rarely crossing into the political realm. but that is changing. and he is one of several munks who have taken part in antigovernment protests in the country. >> translator: according to buddhist teachings munks can participate in activities especially when the people are suffering from injustice. >> reporter: the opposition accuses the ruling party of using fraud to return to power. and led a serious of mass rallies in the capitol. during the latest demonstrations, thousands of people marched across the state to hand over position with more than 2 million thumb print to the u.n. and foreign embassy. they are trying to pressure the government into allowing an independent investigation into the election. >> the government has knowledge of the embassy and the government cannot do business with the rest of the world unless this issue is resolved properly. >> reporter: opposition politicians who won 55 seats out of 123 are boycotting parliament. on the day that members of parliament fr
report from phnom penh. >> reporter: in cambodia, religion has been mostly a guidance of people, rarely crossing into the political realm, but that is changing. one of several monks who has taken part in recent anti-government protests defying warnings from chief monks in the country. >> according to buddhist teach, monks have the right to participate in social activities, especially when people are suffering from injust. >> reporter: the opposition accuses the ruling party of using fraud to return to power. it has led a series of mass rallies in the capitol. thousands of people marched across phnom penh. they're trying to pressure the government into allowing an independent investigation into the election. >> the government has knowledge, the government cannot do business as usual with the rest of the world unless this issue is resolved properly. >> reporter: opposition politicians who won 55 seats out of 123 are boycotting parliament. on the day that members of parliaments from the ruling party was sworn in the opposition were in another city. the government has indicated it's not abo
monotheistic religions, christianity, islam and judaism, all hold the same position on the use of for indiscriminately against innocent civilians. so this is the background, and what is the reality that we face now? we have a government that has come to power by election, by popular election that he sees and. they have been -- that is seasoned. they had been involved in negotiations on the nuclear question, and negotiations with the united states before. in fact, for much of their adult life. they're very good, and i can say that having spent the last month in new york meeting with them, listening to them, and watching the reaction of our government to their behavior and proposal. they are very good. they are as good diplomats as you'll find anywhere in the world. and i say that as a person who has been involved in policy -- diplomacy all of my life. they are very good, and they know what they're talking about. and it seems to me that for the first time in 34 years, we have a congruence of national leadership in iran, popularly elected, supported by the supreme leader, experien
uses religion, calligraphy and politics in his art. many deal with turmoil and change in the region, particularly in egypt. after living in morocco for 26 years, he says the arab spring was long overdue. >> for me it was about the idea of being here at that moment when others of my age are here, and they have a desire for change. >> one of them, hani's biggest revolution. he saw images flash across the television scream of egyptian police known as the blue broad girl. that's when he said he immediately went to work. >> i think it's - again, like a representation of the violation of individual rights, the homel, the antig witty of an individual person, and it's become automatically more powerful when the subject is a woman. >> the famous image from 2011 became a symbol of protest against power, showing a struggle the against police brutality. the image sparked outrage reaction from around the world, leading to further protest in egypt. in his work titled, "you were my ownly love, set to debut." representatives deemed it unacceptable. i think the senn soreship is directly connected to
are free to choose their religion. no one has the right, no one can force a belief on people. if someone wants to force what they believe on people, to force people to eat and drink, to think in the way they see fit, and according to their own ignorance. this is dangerous. this has its own school, its own institute. >> the whole world is suffering from terror and support all the countries and the people who are suffering from al qaeda and now for people in countries to live in peace. raq today ladies and gentlemen is witnessing an economic recovery despite everything you hear about terror attacks and threats. but this is not having an impact on companies coming and working in iraq on construction and rebuilding. the e were able to contain decasters that we would have suffered had the security forces not faced al qaeda. are our suffering in iraq due to those people wearing bomb bells and entering cafes or funerals and other gatherings and blowing themselves up. this is what is leading to the huge kass alties. otherwise they cannot control one inch of the iraqis and with kill as they can
say yesterday. [video clip] them a we do not know if it is a single religion or single border. they carry bad ideas instead of flowers. al qaeda is a dirty wind that wants to spread worldwide. flowers to to carry expand them at the international level. request. it is not only about iraq. it is about all of the countries in the world that are suffering from terrorism. many internal crisis in the crisis andproxy proxy wars for regional countries. the most dangerous of these are the wars that are waged on sectarian banners. people are free to choose their religion. no one has the right to interfere. some want to force what they believed on people and force people to think in the way they see fit. this is very dangerous. this kind of ideology and ,entality has its own school its own institute, its own supporters. we have the right to request the sufferingd, which is -- and to support all of the people that are suffering from al qaeda and the terrorists and allow for people to live in -- to live in peace. the prime minister meeting with obama, we will have that live for you at 1:30
. >> the targeting of other religions or muslims of a different sect is driving casualty rate higher. >> it is much more like warfare and it's warfare using the tools of terrorism. >> but the violence is more concentrated than you might think. three countries, iraq, pakistan, and afghanistan, suffered more than half the attacks and the casualties. and that really points out the flipside of some of those numbers. the danger to civilians in the united states. western europe, even parts of eastern asia isn't nearly as high and may actually be declining. chris lawrence, cnn, washington. >>> when we come back on "around the world," a terrific story. iran's national soccer team heading to the world cup and guess what, an american coach is going along with them. how he wound up involved with the iranian team coming up. [ male announcer ] this is brad. his day of coaching begins with knee pain, when... [ man ] hey, brad, want to trade the all-day relief of two aleve for six tylenol? what's the catch? there's no catch. you want me to give up my two aleve for six tylenol? no. for my knee pain, nothing beats
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will feel that is an important thing. even though they can't directly legislate morality or law or religion, they can nevertheless support it in various ways. >> what was cardinal dulles's relationship with his father? >> i found out something about that that i don't think is ever been published, buried in oral history in the princeton dulles archives. in that oral history, it is an interview with one of the law partners at sullivan cromwell. he says one day, foster dulles called me frantically and said, this is the worst day of my life. you have got to come in right now to my office. i went to his office. i saw him very upset. he handed me a letter and asked me to read it. the letter was to his son, avery, who had decided to become a catholic. for someone like john foster dulles, it would have been better if his son had become a hindu. a catholic was absolutely intolerable. in this letter, foster dulles writes to his son, never speak to me again, never call me again, you are not my son. i have nothing to do with you. his partner recalls -- he said, i spent four hours with dulles that after
, national religion, but it did remind me that back when i was a judge, judges did not select the grand injure members. those were chosen by grand injure commission ergs. but the commissioners chose them for the grand jury. and there were defense attorneys that decided to attack the stem by claiming judges were by a disproportionate number, appointing too many anglos as grand jury foremen because that's what judges did. judges selected the informationman for the grand jury. did not select the members. but among the members, would choose who the foreman would be. and i was subpoenaed one time back then without the defense attorneys doing their homework and they intended to put me on the stand in their attack on a raceist grand jury foreman system and used that to establish that, gee, it was grossly unfair, disproportionately number of anglos were chosen. and before i testified, they did their homework and found out hat actually, it was a disproportionate appointment, if you only looked at race, i had ppointed proportionly more african-americans as informationmen of my grand jury than the
that we are not pursuing simply because of religion, national origin, because people are assembling peacefully or freely as they are allowed to do. they make it very clear if that is your sole reason there are many other appropriate necessary reasons for doing assessments talk about the migration of game with the gang problem we recognize it today the problem that we face today that what will it looks like to moral and what could reasonably be done by law enforcement to address the problem tomorrow today to not deal with another transnational king tomorrow? with that authorize purpose with very clear objectives to look at where it might be they male cat population in-house data to determine a whole host of factors e. including socio-economic factors that could be logical it could pop up tomorrow then engage not only explaining what the problem might be but many parts of the community not only with that potential but to be proactive and a lot of it has to do with the engaging community leaders based on conditions that what can we do to prevent it? it is good for communities and law-e
. we'll need them in this kind of world religion. mentioned, i recently returned from afghanistan where meeting withw days our commanders, our troops, president karzai. and the defense minister from brussels before he went to afghanistan. he feels that things have significantly improved and changed for the better during the last 10 years. i have been there perhaps 12 times or so. the staff later will tell me if it is really a 11 or 13. we've been there a lot. strikinges are pretty especially in the last few years. that is not the impression the american people have. that, to me, is the obvious fact that things have changed and changed for the better in afghanistan. first of all, it's more secure. we and our allies have made a the growth, the strength of the afghan army and the police now which has grown in a much more capable and respected force including the acal police, which has made major difference particularly in the villages about anna stan -- villages of afghanistan. the most feared force are those 25,000 local police feared by the taliban. because they are so directly ed to the
really goes after the president on the issue of religion. take a listen, brooke. >> you have heard me recite the pledge. and then he says an oversight. it continues, though, over and over and over again. so, i'll tell you, we have to unmask this man. this is a man that seeks to destroy, destroy all concept of god. and i'll tell you what, this is classical philosophy. >> now, actually, it is easy to find video of the president reciting the pledge of allegiance and you do hear him sing the words under god. the issue of the president's faith was really put under a microscope during his first campaign for president. that question pretty much asked and answered. we did ask senator cruz's office for a statement about the mother jones article, they declined but referred us to a statement given to the magazine by a spokesman for senator cruz that said the selective quotes not clear which selective quotes we're talking aabout taken out of context, mischaracterized. like many americans he feels like he's on the wrong track and he also added that pastor cruz does not speak for the senator, brook
if it is a single religion or single border. they carry bad ideas instead of flowers. al qaeda is a dirty wind that wants to spread worldwide. flowers to to carry expand them at the international level. request. it is not only about iraq. it is about all of the countries in the world that are suffering from terrorism.
sort of false religion. the virginia governor's race on the air in norfolk virginia. >> terry mcauliffe will make an outstanding governor. it's mcauliffe who's been operating. it will be open, pragmatic, friendly to business, and committed to job growth. he has sensible, business friendly policies. he will work to bridge party divides and find common ground to move our state forward. that's what virginia needs. for us, the decision is clear -- terry mcauliffe. >> big differences for the race of governor. expands obama care, increases spending, raising your taxes by $1700. tim cuccinella, cutting taxes. terry mcauliffe, expand obama care. cuccinelli, cut taxes. to stop obama care and higher taxes, there's one choice. >> i'm ken cuccinelli, candidate for governor. >> difficulties piled up. you mentioned a few of them. today the president will be cam page for terry mcauliffe. >> the mcauliffe campaign didn't have it go in earlier. mcauliffe didn't try to nationalize this debate. i don't think the president's clinton will do a lot better. he and president clinton are best friends. it
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